The Flaming Lips say they want to make vinyl from Miley's urine. Ugh.
Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.
Let's be honest, the year was a dismal one for music in the UK—propagated by marketing execs who had discovered cocaine and Hoxton.
Former NME mag staff tell us how how they made so many people care about The Strokes, The Libertines and other "The bands."
As one dinosaur crumbles, a small newcomer takes the reins of documenting Britain’s guitar music scene.
As with feminism, we’re seeing a serious issue commodified by the music industry while major government action remains pretty much non-existent.
When he died aged 27, the local paper described him as "the son of a local restaurateur". But this story, of a talented Memphis kid who formed rock's first cult band, goes worlds beyond.
The young UK photographer is set to release a magazine of her work that includes shots of some of our favourite acts including Hinds, Iceage and Savages.
It doesn’t get much cooler than recording your debut video inside a 1920s ice warehouse.